Drinks Beginning With H

2 oz (60 mL) of rumple minze, 12 oz (350 mL) of mountain dew.
Pour mountain dew into chilled 14 oz (415 mL) Collins Glass. Top off with rumple minze.
There are numerous variations: Bikini Atoll – substitute 1 oz (30 mL) Barcardi 151 for 1 oz (30 mL) Rumpleminze; Heisenberg – substitute 1 oz (30 mL) Jägermeister for 1 oz (30 mL) Rumpleminze; Edward Teller – substitute bourbon for rumple minze. Tokugawa – substitute sake for rumple minze. Oppenheimer – substitute 4oz. Manischewitz for 2oz. Rumpleminze, requires use of 16oz. Pint glass. Manhattan Project – substitute 1 oz. Wild Turkey for rumple minze. Enrico Fermi – substitute Compari for Rumpleminze.
Hangman’s Blood
Into a pint glass [568 mL], doubles [i.e. 50 mL measures] of the following are poured: gin, whisky, rum, port and brandy. A small bottle of stout is added and the whole topped up with champagne.
1.5 oz (45 mL) gin, 1.5 oz (45 mL) sweet vermouth, 2 dashes Fernet Branca.
Pour all the ingredients into a Martini glass half full of ice cubes. Stir well to combine and chill. Strain into a chilled Martini glass. 
Harvey Wallbanger
Ice cubes, 2 measures (60 mL) vodka, 2/3 measure (20 mL) Galliano, 5 measures (150 mL) orange juice, 1 slice of orange.
Half-fill the shaker with ice cubes. Add the vodka and orange juice, and shake well. Strain into an ice-filled highball glass. Gently float the Galliano on top, and garnish with the orange slice. 
Henry Morgan’s Grog
2 oz (60 mL) dark rum, 1 cube sugar, 3 cloves, 1 tbsp (15 mL) lemon or lime or orange juice, slice of lemon, boiling water.
Place all ingredients except boiling water in an 8 oz (240 mL) mug. Stir till sugar is dissolved. Leave the spoon in the mug and pour in boiling water to fill and stir.
Brazilian cocktail, made popular in the 1960’s, consisting of orange soda and vodka. It is quite similar to the Screwdriver, causing some confusion on its country of origin. The original recipe used a brand of soda called Crush, which is not manufactured any more, being replaced with orange Fanta.
Horse’s Neck
A highball made with whiskey (usually rye or bourbon) and ginger ale, with a long spiral of lemon peel draped over the edge of the glass.
Hot Buttered Rum
1.5 oz (45 mL) rum, 1 tsp (5 mL) sugar, freshly boiled water, butter, nutmeg.
Pour rum into a cup. Stir in sugar. Top up with water. Add a knob of butter and sprinkle with nutmeg. The Joy of Cooking describes this drink as one that “makes you see double and feel single”. Replacing the boiling water with hot cider makes a “Stonewall”.
Hot Totty
Add one shot of Jack Daniels to an 8 oz (240 mL) glass of tea (amount of tea can be raised or lowered to taste). It can be served hot or over ice.
Hunter Thompson
Fill a highball glass with ice cubes and then pour Wild Turkey 101 to the rim. 

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